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Located on the Mahoning River sixty five miles from Cleveland Youngstown after early settler John Young. The discovery of coal in the area during the 1800's allowed the city to be included along the path of the Erie Canal. Steel mills were also established in the nineteenth century boosting the local economy. Today General Motors is the largest employer in the area with one of the nation's largest assembly plants now located in Youngstown. Today Powers Auditorium, a former Warner Brother's theater, is a local music hall.

Population: 73818
Local Newspapers: The Buckeye Review The Warren Tribune The Vindicator
Local Sports Teams: Youngstown State University Penguins Phantoms (USHL)
Local Colleges: Youngstown State University

Zip Codes associated with youngstown, ohio: 44502 44504 44505 44506 44507 44509 44510 44511 44512 44514 44515
Towns/Cities near youngstown, ohio : Campbell Struthers Canfield Austintown Hubbard Boardman McDonald Girard Churchill Warren

Youngstown News
The Future of (Un)Civil Discourse

Kent State University's College of Communication and Information and WKSU hosted "The Future of Civil Discourse," a community event today to discuss how social media, technology, pop culture and politics are changing the form, functions and very nature of civil discourse in the United States. A 2016 survey on civility in America found that 70 percent of respondents believed that incivility in America has risen to "crisis levels."

It's time to get real about working class jobs

My grandfather was the toughest man I ever met. A decorated soldier in World War II, he returned home to work in the Material Service Quarry of Thornton, Illinois.

Church Happenings

A free community meal will be served from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday at St. Jude Church, 180 Seventh St. - SALEM - The Banquet in Salem will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday at the Memorial Building, 785 E. State St. The meal will be sponsored by Friends of the Banquet and offers sweet sausage sandwich with green peppers and onions, cheesy potatoes, baked beans, applesauce; fresh fruits and vegetables, ice cream sundaes. Additional sponsors are needed.

Grants to help avoid drug use

Nearly $3.5 million in Drug-Free Communities grants were awarded to various agencies in the state, including several in Mahoning County and one in Ashtabula County. None of the $125,000 grants that require a dollar-for-dollar match were given to any Trumbull County agencies.

Darrell Delamaide's Political Capital: Secret to Trump's success?...

Anyone who wants Donald Trump to lose his re-election effort in 2020 needs to understand why he won in the first place. If Republicans often are climate-change deniers, Democrats living in their coastal bubbles are too often deniers of economic reality.

Ohio man shot, killed while holding infant son

Police in Youngstown were caught off-guard when a domestic dispute took a violent turn Monday night, with a man being shot and killed as he held his 3-week-old son, reports say. Police in Youngstown were caught off-guard when a domestic dispute took a violent turn Monday night, with a man being shot and killed as he held his 3-week-old son, reports say.( YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- A dispute over custody of a young baby turned violent when the child's grandfather shot and killed the father, who was holding the infant, reports say.

Parenting with a clown mask goes wrong to nobody's surprise

The Great Clown Panic of 2016 has receded, but aftershocks still occur from time to time. For example, this Ohio story of parental creativity gone coulrophobically wrong : An Ohio manwho tried to discipline his 6-year-old daughter by chasing her aroundin a clown mask has been charged after she ran screaming to a stranger's apartment - prompting that neighbor to fire a gunshot into the air, police say.

Editorial: Did layoffs in steel mills lead to President Trump?

The New York Post's Salena Zito wrote an essay that everyone still arguing about the November presidential election should read. Her title, "The day that destroyed the working class and sowed the seeds of Trump," is of course an overstatement, but the essay hit on some key points for understanding today's political climate.

2A father put on a clown mask to punish his 6-year-old. Now hea s charged with inducing panic.

A father put on a clown mask to punish his 6-year-old. Now he's charged with inducing panic.

Shots fired after Ohio man chases daughter in clown mask

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Salena Zito's must-read piece on the demise of Youngstown

Writer Salena Zito, who is best known for her insightful reporting on Donald Trump and why he won over America's heartland, has a new piece in the New York Post based on her travels in the industrial heartland, titled, " The Day that Destroyed Youngstown, Ohio ." I poured my heart into reporting this story.

Hollywood filming in the valley

A Hollywood production crew filming a movie in the Mahoning Valley is looking for possible filming locations in Columbiana County. Lisbon Mayor Joseph Morenz confirmed Thursday he was contacted by Fred D'Amico from the Youngstown Regional Film Commission about possible locations for the movie, "set in the wilds of Appalachia, where a Pentecostal pastor, Lemuel Childs, and his believers handle venomous snakes to prove themselves before God," according to the website Deadline Hollywood.

Court: Ohio rape convict can play football in Saturday game

14, 2017. Richmond, convicted of rape as a teen, sued Youngstown State Uni... . FILE - In this March 17, 2013, file photo, Ma'Lik Richmond walks toward the victim and her family to apologize after he and co-defendant Trent Mays were found delinquent on rape and other charges during their tria... .

Court: Ohio rape convict can play football in Saturday game

14, 2017. Richmond, convicted of rape as a teen, sued Youngstown State Uni... . FILE - In this March 17, 2013, file photo, Ma'Lik Richmond walks toward the victim and her family to apologize after he and co-defendant Trent Mays were found delinquent on rape and other charges during their tria... .

Court: Ohio rape convict can play football in Saturday game

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The Latest: University seeks to bar man from football match

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The Latest on an Ohio student convicted of rape as a teen seeking reinstatement to a college football team : An Ohio university is asking a federal appeals court to block a judge's decision to allow a man convicted of rape as a teen to play in a college football match as early as Saturday. U.S. District Judge Benita Pearson on Thursday issued a temporary order allowing Steubenville resident Ma'lik Richmond to play football for Youngstown State University for the next 14 days, including in a game Saturday.

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Representatives John Boccieri and Michele Lepore-Hagan detailed House Bill 246 at the Leonard Kirtz School in Youngstown. The bill, which had its first hearing earlier this week, would allow county boards of developmental disabilities to request funds from the state to improve school facilities that serve students with disabilities.

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